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>> pam: i'm pam moore. the news at five is next. >> pam: old and autistic. mental age of an infant. the search for her has now been going on for more than two days and two nights. kron four's justine waldman has new surveillance video released today. >> reporter: is happening in clear-lake.that's about 30 miles north of calistoga. we'll zoom in here on the big board. this is the lynch vacation home where mikaela was last seen playing sunday afternoon. waterways are on both sides of harbor lane. walking northbound on harbor lane. now we'll widen the view a bit. police and volunteers have fanned out in the southern boats are on the water.divers are in the water. police and volunteers are searching on land. the clock is ticking.as missing for more than 48 >> pam: new tonight. kron 4 has just obtained the 9-1-1 call made around the time 8-year-old leila fowler was killed in calaveras about two weeks ago. with more. catherine? >> reporter: this is
something that again the district attorney just announced within the last 30 minutes. we also know that he will face the judge. i mean his brother will face the judge tomorrow wednesday at 1145. will bring the charges talking about second degree people with this and say why not first degree? it's time premeditated or planned. no planning behind this leaving us to believe that the district attorney has evidence showing that there was something that our reach him were spared tam or lead to to the killing. again the sheriff's office has been hush hush about this case. what evidence they have never the less we can receive more information tomorrow. his tour of europe brother will be it will be
in court again at 1145 for second degree were churches. pam now back to >> pam: was the family was to stemming their bid to get to speak with them? were they what were they there today? >> reporter: the family was not here today he's actually at a facility outside of town the brother that is. and was a less. they usually do these things that 1145 and that is likely when you will see the family. hopefully tomorrow we would get a chance to talk with the family. because they have not said much about this case.
>> pam: j.r. stone reporting. thank you for the new information. as we continue this story. >> jacqueline: >> catherine: right now it's unclear who made the call, or who the relatives refferred to in the recording are. what we do know is the caller did not seem to know the extent of the crime at the time of the call. police first were looking for an intruder, but now the child's 12-year-old brother has been arrested. although the brother has been arrested -- no formal charges have yet been filed. the boy is 24 hours away from seeing a judge. kron 4's j-r stone is in calaveras county with the latest.
video >> catherine: is really interesting what is not being said the caller did not know the extent of the crime when that call was being made. pam >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. >> pam: san jose police is on the same as a mom and a child has been hit by a car the video from abc news. all before 4:00 this afternoon the female reportedly dead the child heard there's been no word on the relationship. drugs and alcohol do not appear to be a factor at
this point. more and permission ahead. actress angelina jolie says >> catherine: she did it for her children. she revealed today that she's had her breasts removed in the hope of preventing breast cancer. she made the decision after doctors told her she has a genetic mutation that greatly increases the risk index of stories... >> catherine: angelina jolie shared the news in an op-ed piece for the new york times. saying doctors told her a genetic mutation means she had an 87% risk of breast cancer. a 50% risk of ovarian cancer. jolie decided to undergo a preventative double mastectomy.beginning the process in february. now, nine weeks after the final surgery.her breasts have been reconstructed with implants. and she says her risk of breast cancer is now down to 5%. >> catherine: cancer is something jolie knows only too well. her mother - marcheline bertrand died 6 years ago after a decade long battle with ovarian cancer. she was 56.
jolie talked about her in a 2011 '60 minutes' interview. >> at 37, jolie doesn't want the same legacy for her 6 children. saying she can now tell them >> catherine: they don't have to fear losing her to breast cancer. allyn rose is a miss u.s.a contestant who says she plans the same surgery after losing her mother and grandmother to breast cancer. she applauds jolie for gong public. >> angelina's make in the contest decision to not go through with what my mom dead and so am i.".and so am i." >> catherine: jolie says she decided to share her story so thathigh-risk know that
they >> pam: angelina jolie's actions could save lives. so says an oncologist at stanford university medical school. who spoke with kron 4 news. importance of family history and genetic testing. >> at the cat have been easy to go public with her health issues. but taking an opportunity to raise awareness, and there was civilize, hurdling this put the cancer and the public eye and encouraged patients to think of their own risk and family history and ask questions. so i think it is a very personal decision and it is a very effective way to prevent breast cancer known to madison to prove to prevent breast cancer. very
important for a woman to take consideration of her options. >> pam: percent risk factor is on the high side. she says the b-r-c-a one gene is closer to 65-percent. >> pam: the district attorney of san francisco is going after six people who allegedly embezzled money from city's school district. kron4's maureen kelly explains what happened. >> reporter:the d-a says more than 15 million dollars of federal and state grant money was misdirected over a period of ten years. all the of the people alledgedly involved in the scheme worked for the school district. ranging from an associate superintendent to a typist.one of the accused worked as the assistant principal at marina middle school. everyone involved is either on leave or has left their jobs. the d-a says that much of the money that was supposed to help kids.was funneled into slush funds of three non profits edgewood center for
children and families,bay area communtiy resources, and the san francisco school alliance.about 6.7 million was used for educational purposes, but not the ways the grants intented.but much was not. >> they also gambled $250,000 loss. >> reporter: the d.a. says that 250,000 into the suspect's pocket. embezzlement of public money national public punishment been more than 20 years in prison. he says his client denies all charges facing nine charges. no one at those agencies have seen any charges or faces and charges with the investigation is still growing. >> gary:
(foreign language) >> reporter: from 0.08 which is now and 56 2.05 showing women who wait a hundred and 20 t was one drink in one wing of 160 lbs. for two drinks in a buyout or many other countries have the 0.05 legal system and those contra report significantly fewer alcohol percentage heated reactions about this new dui recommendation coming up. >> jacqueline: clear conditions cooler out there than yesterday temperatures
and '60s and '70s largely 84 antioch 84 fairfield and sunnyvale. and you pop up thunderstorms as to look offshore we see increasing clouds pushing through this is warranted and that this late wednesday and into thursday. it also be a little cooler tonight or tomorrow sunny skies still cooler than what we saw today. marine approaches for thursday talking about potential mother. coming up >> catherine: 31 and held
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>> pam: san jose police as on the scene and as a woman and child has been hit by a car now learning that the child has been killed. underreports allocated that the woman may have enkilled but, retionship all happening before 3:30 p.m.. the child being announced on the same and the mother or the woman been transferred to the hospital from the same. we will bring you more information. >> pam: accused serial killer joesph naso's trial is about to get underway and kron four news will be providing you a look inside the court room. this is naso two years ago, after he was arrested and charged with allegedly killing four women. one person was roxene rogash. her body was found in the marin county city of fairfax in 1977.
jury selection is going on right now. naso is representing himself. today the judge announced that he will allow cameras to video tape portions of the trial. if convicted, naso could get the death penalty. >> catherine: o-j simpson was back in a las vegas courtroom today. it was day 2 of a hearing dissecting his former lawyer's work in his 2008 kidnapping-robbery conviction. simpson wants the convictions thrown out.saying his lawyer gave him bad advice. today the co-defense counsel explained the defense simpson's legal team used. saying there are really only two defenses that apply to every criminal case. >> i did that had a valid
excuse. >> catherine: simpson is serving nine to 33 years in prison after being convicted in the armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers in a las vegas hotel room. he argued he was simply getting his own property back. he wants a new trial. >> pam: day you would actually be the chief of police? stepping in to take place the assistant chief who denied the job for personal reasons. down his
plan for reducing crime in the city. >> reporter: another chore crime fighter by in nature but did you ever think is to become chief of police? >> i think that what opportunities arise to just get the chance and do what you need to do. "uh no, this was kind of a surprise" "my vision is crime wouldn't be a problem in oakland, that's my vision" >> reporter: how does the new crime plan benefit the average man and woman in oakland? >> reporter:"it is all about having that >> point of contact" "i want to hear what
>> reporter: what are you hearing? >> "so far i'm hearing some positive feedback but i'm also hearing it takes to long when people call the police for us to answer the phone" it takes too long to get up there with a call. >> reporter: what can you do, with the number of officers, can you have an impact on changing that? >>won't happen overnight" in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news and remember you can watch you can also get headlines kron4.com. >> jacqueline: it looks like we're going to see some rain thursday morning but by friday back up
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: >> pam: offer a glimpse into the life of kidnapping suspect ariel castro. he's the man accused of holding three women captive for a decade. catherine heenan is here now with the pictures. >> catherine: the photos were taken over the weekend by a neighbor. they show a cluttered yard filled with spools of barbed wire, plastic tarps, pieces of wood and other debris. we'll give you a closer look. some of the photos show how tightly boarded up this house was.
with doors and windows covered over with sheets of plywood. before police arrived. another disturbing sight.thick chains in the yard. some of them attached to tree trunks. dna testing shows castro fathered a daughter with one of the women. a couple of the photos show bicycles - including a child's barbie bicycle.leaning against a tree. neighbors say there were also mirrors hung outside - to offer a constant view of the driveway. >> pam: arrested as a spy in a moscow suburb. american diplomat ryan fogle, the unwilling star of this video. >> pam: kron four's grant lodes has the details of a story that mixes high intrigue and low comedy.america's central
intelligence agency maye osama bin laden. but when it came to recruiting a russian agent, well. that was another story. >> reporter: james bond theme. double=oh=seven had more tricks than he knew what do do with, ejector seat? you're joking. blonde wigs were not among them. theme ends with record skip russian cameras were rolling as the alleged spy was de=wigged and marched off under arrest. >> gary:ryan fogle, third secretary in the u=s embassy, was held at an office of the f=s=b, the successor to the soviet k=g=b. the video shows the items he was supposed to be carrying. two wigs, two pairs of dark glasses. a street map of moscow and a compass. there was also this, a letter in russian offering a million dollars for long=term cooperation. and these instructions:to get back with us, please go to an internet cafe, or a coffee shop that has wi-fi, and open a new gmail account"
and: "do not provide any why would anyone put such personal info that can help identify you or your new compromising information on account." paper, when it could easily the letter has some be relayed in person? security experts scratching former c=i=a agent peter their heads. brookes has a theory. it could have been put together by the russians to make it more dramatic. >> reporter:news the justice department seized phone records of associate press reporters in an investigation of leaks. accusations the administration downplayed >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. >> pam: a standing on a school bus video from our partnership with abc news 60 your boy is being treated from another knee injuries and six rural suspect being booked at juvenile. the bus driver had everyone on the bus until the police arrived. no word. >> catherine: the u-s
emperor mission first released a deliberately misleading the obama of mission tried to play down the information. members of the two-party state objective to texas to the status. washtub groups are still concerned. president obama left town tonight it headed to new york for fund raisers. some people say he needs a break along as things like this
keep happening? the pattern seem to care if the right things are done." >> reporter: uc scott ploy handgun and start firing. police say multiple people identified scott as the shooter after injuring 19 people in three critical. police approached the crowd and started shooting. police state bay was previously arrested on gun arms. >> pam:
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thursday afternoon but by friday drier weather is expected. in a little bit off falk but warmer conditions. a little bit of falk earlier morning but then later in the morning on around nine or 10 you'll see clear conditions. through golden gate park temperatures will be quite mild. the upper 60s in that afternoon. you can catch the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions whenever it's convenient - on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can watch live on kron4.com or on comcast channel 193.
>> pam: all women and two children we are now learning have been hit by a car. one of the two children is dead. police say the vehicle hit them this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. all this happened before 313 the cello and announced that at the same. the bomb the woman and the child have been transferred to the
hospital from the same. drugs or alcohol have not been a factor so far. we will bring you the latest at 6:00. >> pam: did a breakers is this weekend, every year there is in new man on how it ever abandoned never seems to stop customers. in regard at all. ow to stop participants from finding over indulgers as in this edition of people behaving badly at bay to breakers we are now five days to this year's bay to breakers,
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>> pam: partnership with abc7 news. this afternoon. the child was pronounced has been transported to the hospital. the driver is said to be cooperating with police. >> pam: drugs or alcohol do *not appear to be a factor at this point. kron4 has a crew on the way -- we will bring you more information as it comes in. >> pam: today legislators questioned project managers about the brittle bolts and corroded rods that have put
the planned labor day opening in jeopardy. kron 4's dan kerman has been following today's hearing >> reporter: with a scheduled labor day weekend opening still hanging in the balance due to cracked boats. those overseeing the project is handling tough tough questions. geezer specifications that we use for every day bridges. this is not your everyday bridge. >> reporter: the issue why the type of bulls that ended up cracking were selected in the first place? >> homemade the decision to deviate from the regular or standard boats. these boats
were within standard called out to do different process window on that and that's the process we implemented. >> i am concerned about that process. deviating from the normal standards, it in my opinion this buster boats is representative of a bad bunch of metals and other difficulties problems on top of the standard tests to ensure that we do not run into this problem. >> reporter: not satisfied with the answers given will we still don't know is it that can be done by the scheduled labor day weekend opening. we should have that opening for the officials at
the end of the month then permit kron 4 news. >> pam: new at 6 tonight. school area and elsewhere in the state are celebrating - this after the governor's office announced a proposed revised budget. the budget allocates 19 billion dollars for schools over the next several years. the money will be spread out to colleges, k through 12th grade as well as provide funding for materials and additional training. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, one north funding jump significantly. >> reporter: officials are overjoyed about the governor's revised budget announcement and what it will be for the 8 thousand enrolled students. a key part of the new money >> will go toward funding for program called common core. we can improve, we can buy technology, do a better
job. >> reporter:and it can't come at a better time. maloney says for years, the district has been cutting and cutting. >> his is the first year, we don't have to lay people off. >> reporter:take a look at these numbers. currently officials say they receive about $6, 314 per student from the state. but with the governors new budget the figure is projected to jump to $9,341 over a seven year period. that is a projected 47.9 percent increase. >> pam: this is her picture mckay alleged she will miss saying we can and the system special case only has a new
of the one child. closure will be from 1am t >> reporter: the nine broke world at one thirty on sunday afternoon that is right with her parents reported her missing she is maggot running north down the street. at the command post the intensity has increased mapping out new areas to search. helping to refocus the efforts to find her. >> very said everyone is trying to help. >> reporter: people who do not even know what the family is trying to help by
posting pictures and signs to help pay to help find a kayla. she has hit this community hard. >> i feel for the mother, i can even imagine the loss. it's very tragic. >> >> reporter: this mom pulls her child of school literally to help with the search for mchale. >> i have a child and if it was my child of luck everyone up with him for her. >> reporter: the chief of police tells kron 4 news resources cain and is sniffing on the ground and under the water multiple, multiple agencies are looking for this bureau. mchale is family is thankful for the support and extremely upset. >> distraught as a father i can even imagine. >> reporter: if they do not
find her, they will start up again first thing tomorrow morning. anchor like justine waldman kron 4 news. >> >> my children are home alone and a manager grant of the house. and a man just ran out of the house! they do see him yes! >> we will get someone out there and stay in the house. >> pam: surprisingly no mention of young lila injured or any wine not exactly sure who made that call all which relativity
they were referring to in the call but it seemed evidence that the displeasures not it is unaware of what is happening to young uele. >> reporter: now when love was found more than two ago in her home brutally stabbed while her baby while her brother was babysitting her. he announced up truer was seen running from the house but the brother was 12 year-old brother was later charged for murder his sister. this isvery county coure behind me he will face to judge a rock 1145 tomorrow morning forim will hear the chas against him. j.r. stone kron
4 news. >> pam: crews working on the new presidio park wide warning to closed out exception of north bay north highway one. charles clifford kron 4 news explains why. >> reporter: the sole section of the oil and services columbia in order to make room for the parkway the new on a ramp to the golden gate bridge. the demolition work is occurring right here. now it ordered to finish this work, caltran niece to shut down highway 1 the closure will only impact the north bound plane. elena. taking a detour et
through norris to venice and west t l reconnect to highway one. continuing monday through thursday and friday and saturday from 1 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. closed to cut the bush russia will last for about three weeks. for about three weeks. and clifford kron 4 news. >> pam: walking the streets getting to know the residents of oakland. chief sean whent of the oakland police department.who you see here.was out in the city's chinatown today listening to the concerns of residents.some complaining about the lack of police presence in that area sotvo ".we know who to go to"
>> i agreed that ski. that's key. at least one something happens we will know who to go to. >> pam: the new chief tours oakland.introducing himself to the community.which started monday in north oakland.next stop is the later this week >> pam: dramatic video from santa for some time this afternoon. the fire wasn't could be seen for miles. three in the area. finally get it under control headaches. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ]
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>> pam: the big news out of hollywood. angelina jolie reveals she had a double mastectomy. what her decision may mean to women around the world. and we'll take a look at other stars who chose to have mastectomies. that's coming up next. >> pam: a shocking revelation last night from actress angelina piece written in the new york times, jolie says she is now finished with surgeries and rehabilitation after a double mastectomy. it surprised hollywood and the world. for more, here's o-m-g insider's kevin frazier. >>cbs - "angelina jolie made a surprise announcement this morning cnn- "she had a double mastectomy. " .
>>new details on angelina's brave announcement!! jolie revealed today she underwent a double mastectomy in a new york times column called "my medical choice". she mentioned her mother - who died of cancer in 2007. great friend, she was my best friend jolie went on to write - quote - "i carry a "faulty" gene, brca1, which sharply increases my risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer. >> 8:33:58 "when people say the braca gene what they mutation in the normal breast cancer gene they're something wrong." >> reporter: cnn senior medical correspondent doctor elizabeth cohen withus today - she has been on the story since it broke. elizabeth -- "in angelina's - she has a 87 percent case in getting or we should say had when.12 >> catherine: here's what we've learned about jolie's medical timeline. the actress underwent her double mastectomy on february sixteenth at the pink lotus breast center in beverly hills. it is an eight hour operation.
is to remove the breast you later." >> reporter: >> and may be inappropriate for them to undergo genetic testing. toll search for mutations. informing us and she has a high risk percentage of four or bearing cancer or breast cancer. 87 is on the high and rain of the range. i think it's of very personal decision. how she lives with how she can live with the decision.
>> jacqueline: 90 degrees in santa rosa as we look ahead tomorrow and thursday cooler weather is expected. tomorrow and should state largely key clear with clouds later in the day. we will rebound friday with slightly warmer and drier conditions. the radar so showing clear conditions. a storm to the north of us epigenesis edging towards us. afternoon hines with continuance continuing and cooling 76 for concord was
look at future temperatures. pam. little bit of maureen later morning hours sprinkles and eight and then by 11 slight brain and the bay area lasting only about two hours. as we look ahead for the weekend warmer temperatures less clout coverage they to day to day to day breakers. the temperature still pretty mild if you are an early run our we will see sunny skies
fallen and the cloud coverage. by the time most runners reach the finish line we will see clear skies and temperatures within the '60s. >> pam: jacqueline gave you the weather forecast for data breakers. this sunday may the 19th we will have a camera and cruise's you will not miss a step. was later determined to medications? i don't know. last immunization shots?
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volunteers continued to come here to the command center until darkness tonight if they do not find her by then they will start up first thing on wednesday morning. it justin waldman kron 4 news. 12 year-old boy accused of stabbing his sister to death using a deadly weapon this was your we will be here at the town teahouse the courthouse where he will face a judge for the first time kron4 news. his vision for running the department is centered round one thing that! that is reducing the crime rate. san francisco police chief greg suhr says his department will also be stepping up security measures by deploying a greater number of officers on the route
. i think that will be successful so this will were doing haazig madyun kron 4 news. shocking allegations tonight against six people step for cisco unified of misappropriation of 200 of $250 million of personal use. who faces 94 felony counts and faces more than 20 years in prison if could if convicted. federal money meant for children embezzled close to half a billion dollars of off on authorize salaries and bonuses. >> during the time of significant cutbacks often the school have to give layoff notices to teachers
summer programs will be reduced or cuddly eliminated. we had people on the trust taking money and diverting money for personal use. this is one of the worst types of corruption. >> pam: nonprofit involved has to pay back close to $5 million no one of those agencies face face criminal charges at this time. >> jacqueline: during thursday's with temperature largely to day cooler with a couple of exceptions and with 90 degrees and sid to rose to 88 in antioch. looking ahead tomorrow 60 in san for cisco and 72 for san jose. it will stay clear
thursday it was the clear when steak with increasing clouds and a little bit of rain on thursday. future for cash showing popple planes in the north the bay but it will be too dry for it to actually hit the ground. tin and 11 light showers continuing into the early afternoon then taper off into the evening. in to friday and into the weekend we will warn that the up the weather will look pretty good for a day to breakers. >> reporter: take a closer look this on his reserve parachute accident we deploys
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>> pam: stepping up security for this year's race to to the boston attacks. >> reporter: they were noticed increase security measures, no backpacks or large ham backs or medium sized containers will be carried. unregistered runners would not pay the fee and does not have a number will not be allowed to run. and if they enter the run they will be remote but eight events security
person. >> reporter: center cisco police chief says his department will also be stepping up public security officers . >> cruise by recruiting officers in the academy live past the halfway point during much uniformed presence and removing solid trash cans replacing them with the transparency to be on the safe side. >> reporter:that said the chief admit his officers and event security won't be enough to protect crowds upwards of 30-thousand. that's why he's encouraging those running and watching the race to keep their eye
open and report anything suspicious >> way! could not do this without the support of the city we need to all do this to make the city safe. >> reporter: there will be undercover officers as he led the sake officers and costumes. >> pam: bay to breakers -- presented by craigslist -- is coming in only five days. this sunday, may 19th. the fun. we'll have cameras and crews all along the course -- giving you two hours of coverage so you won't miss a step. we are less than a week until this year's bay to breakers -- presented by craigslist. also --- kron4 is offering a chance for you to win a free entry into this year's bay to breakers. visit our website -- kron4- dot-com for details. 6pm weekday
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